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Thanks Mike for the tip

As I see, this character U+2204, does not exist in Opensymbol font, used by Math by default. At least not in the displayed characters of Math UI.

So, if this symbol get implemented in Opensymbol, it will be trivial to make it show in the Element window....


Em 04-05-2011 07:13, Mike Hall escreveu:
...should have added   ∄On 04/05/2011 11:12, Mike Hall wrote:Unicode Character 'THERE DOES NOT 
EXIST' (U+2204)
============================================================== easily found with a Google searchMikeOn 
04/05/2011 11:07, Olivier Hallot wrote:HiThanks for the time to answer.The symbol is not in the wikipage 
indicated.It's an "∃ overlapped with /", or barred ∃, the negation of
         "exist" (∃).I wonder if this symbol can be added to Math, and if there is a
         code (unicode) for it.RegardsOlivierEm 04-05-2011 02:07, Steve Edmonds escreveu:On 
2011-05-04 16:47, Jean-Baptiste Faure wrote:Le 03/05/2011 21:26, Olivier Hallot a
             écrit :HiDoes anybody knows if in LO Math there si a way to
               represent themathematical symbol for "There is no", which is a barred
               flipped E?Is it difficult to add it to the "Elements" windows? If a
               bug is alreadyopen, and one of you knows it, can I get the number to
               track it?Thanks in advance.Hi Olivier,Is "a notin b" the answer you asked for ?Best 
regardsJBFIs it ∃! or ∉See caseunicode above is 
not transmitted by the list server and please
           advise ifthe symbol is there.steve--

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